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2020 BL Summer Internship

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Greg Andersen,
Chief Executive Officer

HIRE US

Lauren Schuster,
Head of Business Development

Media Contact

Kathleen Al-Marhoon,
APR, Head of Public Relations

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We Promise It’s Worth It

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WORK HERE

People who want to work at BL seek a culture of support, respect and hardcore professionalism. They want to dig deep, striving for the most innovative ways to approach a problem, the biggest ideas, regardless of scope. They are team players, generous with their thoughts and their time. They want to be in an environment where people really like each other.

Your Uniqueness Is Our Greatest Asset

The Everything In-Between is nothing if not diverse. At its core, our EIB philosophy epitomizes a mindset of equality and inclusiveness. It celebrates a broad array of beliefs and backgrounds. We proudly embrace inclusion and welcome people of all races, genders,ages, cultures, religions and orientations.

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Benefits And Perks

We hire super talented people. People that want to work on national and international brands while living in a surprisingly progressive city in Nebraska. It's the best of both worlds.

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BE
WELL

Rest easy with affordable health insurance, including medical, dental and vision coverage.

Plan your
retirement

We offer a 401K with a competitive match.

Own this
company

Everyone joins the Employee Stock Ownership Program (ESOP) after two years.

A schedule
that suits you

Flexible work hours. Occasionally work from home. As long as work gets done.

Baby
Time

Stay at home with up to 12 weeks paid maternity leave on us. Dads get 2 weeks paid paternity leave.

Take a
break

We offer unlimited vacation – so as long as your workload permits, get some R&R.

Free
phone

The quarterly phone stipend feels like free money every 3 months.

Leave
early

Summer Fridays mean we close the doors at 2PM every Friday between Memorial Day and Labor Day.

Be a lifelong
learner

We offer advanced training, conference attendance, workshops, classes – all that good stuff.

WHY OMAHA?

Is Omaha America’s best kept secret? Maybe. You can get world-class food and entertainment without sacrificing a small-town feel. Explore arts, culture and our rich (sometimes nefarious) local history. Check out the world’s best zoo and the College World Series. Take in the booming music scene. It’s fun here. And the people are nice. Really.

A large number of us are either Omaha transplants or boomerangs – moving here (or back here) from cities like Los Angeles, New York City, Chicago, Minneapolis, DC, Atlanta, Kansas City and Austin. Because it’s a good life. We like it. And we think you will, too.

JFK

OMA

“Omaha is a diverse and inclusive small city with much more culture to offer than it should. It has an incredible food and nationally-recognized indie music scene—along with a large, supportive creative class.”

AARON JAROSH

Associate Creative Director

LGA

OMA

“It’s hard to imagine leaving this city because it’s such a positive environment to work in. The creative community here is on fire – growing rapidly, a ton of support for young artists, and the work is inspiring. Plus, you’ll never find such hard-working, family-centered, fun-loving, give-you-a-kidney kind of people as exist here.”

MARIAH POLLETT

Art Director

BHM

OMA

"I grew up in a small, southern town, so I was a bit intimidated to start work in a city as large as Omaha. However, Omaha has so many inviting communities, and the people here really care about the city and its people. I immediately felt at home."

HANNAH SMITH

Production Artist

ORD

OMA

“As we talk about red states and blue states and the divide between them, I like Omaha because it is genuinely somewhere in between.”

THOMAS IRVIN

Head of Production

KCI

OMA

“In the seven years I was away from Omaha, I felt like I moved back to a different city. The restaurant, bar, event and small shop scene is bustling and I feel like I’m still always exploring something new. And the sense of inclusivity and Nebraska pride makes me proud to be a part of the strong Omaha community.”

EMILY MAZUREK

Senior Social Strategist